This parcel of the Chenes Coteaux was planted half a century ago. Superbly placed at the edge of some woods, at the top of a slope, where gravel and other small stones are plentiful, the vine will draw nourishment from deep in the earth and give to the wines a superb finesse, and great tenderness.
Stephen Tanzer (ST): 88-92
A discreet touch of wood surround the ripe and well-layered mix of red berry fruit scents that are liberally laced with earth and underbrush nuances. There is good ripeness to the suave, even seductive middle weight flavors that possess really lovely depth on the persistent, balanced and harmonious finish. This is really quite good and worth considering